On a highway along Mizoram, shop proprietors maintain their living more on the uprightness and genuineness of their clients than on the minimal forest produce they figure out how to gather and offer.

Mizo individuals are prestige for their genuineness, neighborliness and peaceful way to deal with life. They even have a Mizo expression for it, tlawmngaihna, that implies continually being thoughtful, friendly, unselfish and supportive to others.

The nghah lou dawr (shops without shopkeepers) are a one of a kind approach to purchase and offer gathered produce. It is a typical sight to see these shops along the thruway in Seling, around 65 kilometers far from its capital Aizawl.

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